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Bears vs. Cardinals: Arizona enters matchup mostly healthy

The Arizona Cardinals don't have many major injury issues entering their game against the Chicago Bears on Sunday.

Norm Hall

The next opponent for the Chicago Bears, the Arizona Cardinals, are not dealing with significant injury issues in the week leading up to their matchup.

On Wednesday the Cardinals were without wide receiver Early Doucet (concussion) and safeties Rashad Johnson (hamstring) and James Sanders (foot), but none of those three players are starters. Doucet and Sanders were both inactive for the Cardinals' win over the Lions in Week 15.

Several Cardinals were limited at practice on Wednesday including two starters along their defensive line, defensive end Calais Campbell (calf) and nose tackle Dan Williams (hamstring). Campbell was limited in practice all of last week, but still was able to start and record eight tackles and a pass deflection against the Lions. Williams did not play last week.

Also limited on Wednesday were offensive lineman Mike Gibson (calf), linebacker Quentin Groves (foot), tight end Rob Housler (knee), tackle Nate Potter (knee), fullback Anthony Sherman (knee), defensive end Ronald Talley (ankle), and cornerback Greg Toler (hamstring). Groves, Housler, and Potter are regular starters.

The Bears have lost five of their last six games and likely need to win out to make the playoffs.